If there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest, you should be hiring a lawyer and dealing with the criminal charges against you. That warrant is going to get served one day, and you will be in custody. Get a lawyer before that can happen.
You can get a job, but if your employer finds out about the warrant they are supposed to call the police and let them know. You should have contact an attorney and have the warrant felt with or turn yourself in to deal with the warrant .
Let your Parent or Guardian know so they can retain an Attorney to help you ASAP. You will be served with the warrant and could be arrested. You don’t want to start a job and be arrested on the job. That arrest and negative information could be placed in your employee file and effect your job chances in the future.
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